NEW YORK, Aug 21- Arab Bank Plc on Friday described as "inaccurate" a report that it would pay "slightly more" than $1 billion to settle litigation brought by hundreds of Americans who accused it of facilitating militant attacks in Israel. Citing an unnamed lawyer with knowledge of the settlement, the trade magazine The American Lawyer reported that Arab Bank had...» Read More
Kamran Bokhari, Advisor, Middle Eastern & South Asian Affairs at Stratfor, discusses the heavy fighting in Kobani over the weekend and Turkey's refusal to join coalition-led strikes.
Europol warns that hackers are targeting global banks, The London Evening Standard reports on Saturday, aiming to steal as much as $1 billion.
The terror group ISIS was birthed from al-Qaeda, and experts in radicalism think the two may fall in with one another again.
Malcolm Jorgensen, Lecturer, Sydney Law School and United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, says air strikes have helped to retake strategic areas from ISIS.
On Friday, Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced that Australia will begin air strike missions against ISIS targets in Iraq.
Tufts University renamed its student information portal formerly known as iSIS due to its similarity to the terrorist group.
The Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has spoken in defense of the country's counter-terrorism strategy, arguing it's been "unfairly categorized", CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports.
Britain's parliament backs PM Cameron and votes to approve airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq.
A fire at an air traffic control center outside Chicago on Friday led to the cancellation of all flights at the city's two major airports.
The U.S. military hosted a meeting Monday to find out if so-called cryptocurrencies are being used by U.S. adversaries around the world.
ISIS is a threat to the British people says U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron, adding that there is a "clear plan" to eradicate the threat, but that the mission is likely to take years.
U.K. Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond, says Britain must "shoulder its share of the burden" when it comes to ISIS and adds that the government is concerned about potential attacks in the West.
Rajiv Biswas, Senior Director and Asia-Pacific Chief Economist at IHS Global Insight, says efforts to cut off financial funding for ISIS is a good strategy and should be followed by further global sanctions.
U.S. authorities have identified the militant known as Jihadi John responsible for the beheading of two U.S. journalists and one British aid worker.
James Woolsey, Former Director of Central Intelligence, highlights the problem in the U.S.' strategy against ISIS. He also discusses the effectiveness of air strikes in Syria.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports authorities are checking out comments made by Iraq's prime minister of a possible threat to subway systems in Paris and New York City.
A third night of U.S.-led airstrikes pounded Islamic State-controlled oil refineries in eastern Syria, U.S. officials said on Wednesday.
CNBC's Stephane Pedrazzi reports on the news that a French hostage has been beheaded by the Islamic State in Algeria and France's response to the situation.
James Gelvin, Professor, History Department at UCLA, explains why he disagrees with the plan that the U.S. and its allies have taken to combat ISIS.
Andrew Tabler, Senior Fellow, Program on Arab Politics at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, discusses President Obama's address at the U.N. General Assembly.